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Blu-ray Audio System
MediaVision 3D
Operating Manual
Brief instructions
Preparation
Other functions
TV Mode
Call up menu
MediaVision Mode
press briefly
Close menu
Switch device on/off
Insert disc
Sensor button
Insert disc
Operating modes
Select operating mode
3456 Movie - Music - Photos Inputs - FM Radio - OK
Sound
Volume
Title Menu
3456
Pop-up menu (Blu-ray Disc™)
3456
Disc Menu (DVD)
3456
Source selection
56
Title recognition
(press several times) OK
Repeat
V+/-
Sound Mode
Zoom Menu
(press several times)
Sound mute/On
Zoom out
Zoom in
Playback
Screen off/on (Music)
Playback
Set flag
Pause
long press 34 OK
Call up flag
Stop (Continue)
Stop
BD-LIVE™
Search forwards
press longer, then press several times
Search backwards
press longer, then press several times
Next/Previous chapter
Single image
Slow motion
P+/-
Pop-up menu (Blu-ray Disc™)
34 OK
Radio
(press several times)
/
press longer, then press several times
3456 FM Radio OK
FM Radio Mode
Station search
long press
Select station up/down.
P+/-
Select source
SRC
FM Radio Mode
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3456 Submenu/Menu BD-LIVE™
long press
Please unfold this cover page.
Assist remote control – MediaVision 3D Mode
1 Sound Mute/On
2 LED indicator light for current operating mode
3 Switch over to TV mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
4 Switch over to operate recorder (1
32
5 Sleep Timer
6 Zoom function
31
7 Title recognition
30
8 DISC: Disc Menu (DVD)
29
9 Menu settings; DISC: Pop-up menu (Blu-ray Disc™)
10 V+/V– volume up / down
11 In the menu: Confirm/call up
28
12 Green coloured button: Title/Chapter selection
13 Red coloured button: Camera angle
14 short: Select title down
15 Repeat
16 Pause
17 Stop
8
9
27
26
25
24
10
23
22 Select/set
7
18 short: Select title up
19 Playback
20 Blue coloured button: short: Set flag; long: Flag search bar
21 Yellow coloured button: Flag Menu: Delete flag
23 P+/P– Select title/radio station up/down
24 Close menu/back
11
22
12
21
20
19
27 Main Menu
18
30 Switch over to operate DVD player (1
25 Title Menu
26 Source selection
13
14
15
16
17
28 Enter numbers or letters
29 Sound functions
31 MediaVision: Switch on / Replay last music source (1
long press: FM Radio Mode
32 Switch ON / OFF - in Standby mode
The assignment of these buttons can be changed (page 15). The description refers to the standard
setting.
(1
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Index of key words
Symbols
3D Mode 19
A
Angle 30
Area Code 22, 27
Assist remote control 4
Audio 20
Audio channels 29
Automatic search 39
Auto Power Off 25
B
BD-LIVE™ 33
BD-LIVE™connection 24
Blu-ray disc memory 25
Brief instructions 3
C
Center-Kanalwiedergabe bei Loewe TV-Geräten 21
Chapter / Track selection 29
Cleaning 10
Connection options 8
Country code list 44
D
Default settings 25
Digital audio formats 29
Digital Link HD 16
Disc languages 18
Disc Menu 32
Disc playback 29
Display 19
DivX® VOD 25
DRC 20
E
Ejecting the disc 27
Environment 41
F
Film language 29
Flagging 30
Flagging the last scene 31
FM Radio 39
Freeze frame 28
Front / Rear view 7
G
Glossary 43
H
Handling discs 27
HDMI CEC 16
HDMI colour setting 19
I
Importing Audio CDs 40
Importing Music 40
Initialize 25
Inserting discs 27
Intended Use 10
iPod playback 38
L
Language 18
Language code list 44
Legal information 45
Lock 21
M
Main Menu 17, 34
Manual search 39
Media files 34
Movie Information 30
Music files 36
N
Navigation in the menu 17
Network 23
Night Mode 20
O
Operating Loewe Equipment 15
Optional extensions 9
P
Password set-up 22
Performance 8
Photo files 37
Picture format 19
Picture-for-picture playback 28
Picture Mode 30, 32
Playback in general 28
Playing discs 27
Preamplifier 21
Preconditions 27
R
Regional code 27
Repeat 28, 31
Resolution 19
S
Safety 10
Scope of supply 9
Searching 28
Setting radio stations 39
Settings 17
Set-up 9
Sleep Timer 41
Slide show 37
Slow motion 28
Sound functions 15
Source selection 41
Start-up 15
Subtitles 30, 35
Supervision 10
Switching on/off 16
Symbols 27
T
Technical Data 45
Time 29
Title selection 29
Trademark rights 46, 47
Troubleshooting 42
U
Updating software 26
USB Mode 35
V
Video files 34
W
Wireless Audio Link 20
Z
Zoom 31
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Contents
Brief instructions.............................................................. 3
Assist remote control – MediaVision 3D Mode................. 4
Front / Rear view.............................................................. 7
Performance Features.......................................................8
Welcome........................................................................... 9
Scope of supply..............................................................................................9
Optional extensions.......................................................................................9
Set-up............................................................................................................9
For your safety...............................................................10
About these operating instructions..............................................................10
Connection...................................................................... 11
MediaVision 3D as an audio system............................................................. 11
MediaVision 3D as an audio system (SL155)................................................12
MediaVision 3D as an audio system (SL2xx).................................................13
MediaVision 3D as a Player..........................................................................14
Startup........................................................................... 15
Using the Assist remote control....................................................................15
Operating Loewe Equipment........................................................................15
Connecting to the mains supply...................................................................16
Switching on/off...........................................................................................16
Digital Link HD.............................................................................................16
Digital Link HD (HDMI CEC).........................................................................16
Navigation in the menu...............................................................................17
Main Menu..................................................................................................17
Setup Menu.................................................................................................17
Language Menu...........................................................................................18
Menu Display...............................................................................................19
Audio Menu.................................................................................................20
Dolby PL II Menu......................................................................................... 21
Lock Menu...................................................................................................22
Network Menu.............................................................................................23
Others Menu................................................................................................25
Software updating.......................................................... 26
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Playing discs................................................................... 27
Prerequisites................................................................................................27
Playback in general......................................................................................28
Disc playback...............................................................................................29
Flagging the last scene................................................................................ 31
Disc Menu...................................................................................................32
Picture Mode...............................................................................................32
BD-LIVE™....................................................................................................33
Sound functions...........................................................................................33
Playing media files......................................................... 34
Main Menu..................................................................................................34
Video files....................................................................................................34
USB Mode...................................................................................................35
Music files...................................................................................................36
Photo files...................................................................................................37
Playback from iPod........................................................38
Connecting the iPod.....................................................................................38
iPod playback..............................................................................................38
Setting the radio stations.............................................................................39
Listening to the radio...................................................................................39
Importing Music.............................................................40
Importing Audio CDs...................................................................................40
Sleep Timer.................................................................................................. 41
Source selection........................................................................................... 41
Environment................................................................... 41
Troubleshooting.............................................................. 42
Glossary.......................................................................... 43
Language code list.......................................................... 44
Country code list............................................................. 44
Technical data................................................................. 45
Legal information........................................................................................45
Trademark rights............................................................ 46
Declaration of conformity.............................................................................47
Service............................................................................48
Front / Rear view
On
Switch off to Stand-by
CD/DVD/Blu-ray disc
drive
Operating
display IR receiver
Source
Playback
Pause
HDMI IN 1/2
(HDMI inputs)
Mains socket
AUDIO-LINK
PHONE
(Headphones)
AUX OUT R/L
(analog audio output
Stereo L/R)
LAN
(RJ-45 network
connection)
Volume
Open / Close disc drawer
Display
iPod dock
Stop
Next chapter
Previous chapter
INPUT AUX R/L COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
(analog audio input (Video output)
Stereo L/R)
USB 1/2
USB socket
VIDEO OUT
(Video output)
HDMI OUT
(HDMI output)
DIGITAL IN
(digital audio input)
ANTENNA FM
(FM Radio Antenna)
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Performance Features
Your Loewe MediaVision 3D offers you convenient access to your media collection. It plays Blu-ray Discs™ in 2D/3D format, audio CDs and video DVDs. You can
also play digital video, photo and music files from a USB stick and from data discs.
Connection options
2x USB 2.0 (connection from Flash memory or hard disc)
2x HDMI IN (HDMI input) without CEC)
HDMI OUT (HDMI output) with CEC)
VIDEO OUT (Video output)
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (Component-video output)
AUX IN (Analog audio input stereo L/R)
AUX OUT L/R (Analog audio output stereo L/R)
DIGITAL IN (digital audio input)
LAN (Network connection)
PHONE (Headphone output)
ANTENNA FM (FM Radio Antenna)
AUDIO-LINK (cabled system connection to Loewe sound systems)
WIRELESS AUDIO-LINK (wireless system connection to Loewe sound systems)
Blu-ray™/CD/DVD Player
Playing Blu-ray™ 2D and 3D discs
Playing audio CDs, CD-R and CD-RW discs
Playing DVD video, DVD-ROM and DVD-RW discs
DVD upscaling (720p/1080p)
Operation via touch-sensitive sensor buttons on the device and Assist remote
control
Media management
DLNA streaming client
BD/DVD/CD/File Title recognition via Internet databases
Displaying ID3v1 and ID3v2 meta data
Displaying album graphics
Importing meta data from the Internet
Importing audio CDs
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Music playback
Integrated 5.1 Dolby Digital Decoder
Playing MP3, WMA, AAC audio files
Repeating titles, tracks or directories
Random playback
Playing wired audio sources at AUX IN
Video playback
Playing DivX(HD) video files
Displaying subtitles
Resume function
Photo display
Displaying JPEG, PNG photo files
Slide show with music
iPod support
iPod docking station
Audio playback
Easy control by remote control Loewe Assist
Charge battery
Radio
FM radio with RDS display via cable or terrestrial means
Memory for 50 radio stations
Use with other Loewe system components
Connection of Loewe flat TV sets via Digital Link HD (HDMI CEC) (from chassis
L271x - a software update for the TV set might be required) and operation with a
single Assist remote control - also for concealed set-up of the MediaVision 3D.
Welcome
Thank you,
for choosing a Loewe product. We are happy to have you as a customer.
At Loewe we combine the highest requirements regarding technology, design
and ease of use. This applies equally for TV, DVD, video, audio and accessories.
Neither technology nor design is an end in itself, but both are intended to provide
our customers with the best possible audio and visual experience. Our design is
not influenced by short-term, fashionable trends. You have, after all, purchased
a high-quality piece of equipment which you do not want to tire of tomorrow or
the day after.
Scope of supply
• MediaVision 3D
• Assist remote control with 2 batteries
• HDMI cable
• Antenna
• Cinch cable for digital sound
• Stereo-Cinch cable
• Adapter cable for centre channel of the TV (art. no. 009-70784.001)
• Adapter cable for centre channel of the TV (art. no. 009-71387.001)
• Network cable
• Mains cable
• These instructions for use
Optional extensions
• Loewe TV set with HDMI input
• Loewe Individual Sound Subwoofer / Highline / Compact
• Loewe Individual Sound Speaker
Set-up
• Place unit on a stable, even surface.
• Do not set up the unit near strong heat sources or in direct sunlight.
• If setting up in a shelf or a closed cupboard: Leave at least 2.5 cm clearance
around the unit, so that the air can circulate unhindered and there is no heat
backup.
• The picture and sound of a TV set, a player or a radio in the vicinity can be
distorted. If this is not the case, do not place the unit in the direct vicinity of
these devices.
• Set up the device so that the infrared signal of the remote control can reach the
display of the player without hindrance (or if this is not possible, see "Digital
Link HD (HDMI CEC)" page 40).
• Do not place any strong artificial light source in front of the unit. This could
have a detrimental effect on the infrared reception.
• Incorrect voltages can damage the unit. This device may only be connected
to a powersupply with the voltage and frequency indicated on the type plate.
• Pull out the power cable during thunderstorms. A voltage surge caused by
lightning conducted through the mains could damage the unit.
• If the unit is not to be used for an extended period, the plug should also be
disconnected from the mains.
• The power plug of the TV set must be easily accessible so that the TV can be
disconnected from the power supply at all times.
• Position the mains cable in such a way that it can not be damaged. The power
cable may not be kinked or laid over sharp edges, stood on or exposed to
chemicals; the latter also applies to the unit as a whole. A power cable with
damaged insulation can cause electric shocks and poses a fire risk.
• When you want to unplug from the mains, pull on the plug housing rather
than on the cable. The cables in the mains plug could otherwise be damaged
and could cause a short-circuit when plugged in again.
Please note and follow the safety information on the following pages.
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For your safety
For your safety, and to avoid unnecessary damage to your unit, please
read and follow the safety advice below.
Please keep the safety information in a safe place.
ATTENTION: TO PREVENT THE RISK OF AN ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT REMOVE THE COVER. THERE ARE NO PARTS INSIDE THE
UNIT THAT CAN BE REPAIRED BY THE USER. REPAIRS SHOULD
ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY A LOEWE DEALER.
Use for the intended purpose and ambient conditions
This unit is intended exclusively for playing visual and audio signals. It is designed
for living or office rooms and may not be used in rooms with a high level of humidity (e.g. bathroom, sauna) or a high dust concentration (e.g. workshops).
The terms of the warranty only cover the intended use of the unit.
If the unit is used outdoors, make sure that it is protected from moisture (rain,
drips, sprayed water or dew).
High humidity and dust concentrations lead to leakage currents in the device, this
can result in a contact risk with voltages or a fire.
If you have moved the unit out of the cold into a warm environment, leave it
switched off for about an hour to avoid the formation of condensation.
Ensure that your system (MediaVision 3D, TV set and other connected components,
if any) are switched off before you connect or disconnect other devices or
speakers.
Protect your device from:
• Water, dampness, dripping and sprayed water or steam.
• Knocks and mechanical stress.
• Magnetic and electric fields.
• Cold, heat, direct sunlight and high temperature fluctuations.
• Dust.
• Covers that inhibit ventilation.
• Interference with the internal workings of the unit.
Do not place objects containing liquids on top of the unit.
Candles and other open flames must be kept away from the unit at
all times to prevent the spread of fire.
Do not cover ventilation slits with magazines or rugs. Pay attention to curtains
etc. here, for example.
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Only use Original accessories and spare parts from
Loewe.
Supervision
Do not let children loiter unsupervised around the device. Do not let children play
in the immediate vicinity of the device. Do not operate your MediaVision 3D
unsupervised. Disconnect the device from the mains if absent for a longer
period.
Cleaning
Only clean your unit with a slightly damp, soft, clean cloth (without any aggressive
or scouring cleaning agents).
Volume
Loud music can result in impaired hearing. Avoid extreme volumes, especially over
longer periods and if you use headphones.
About these operating instructions
The information in these instructions refers to the Loewe product MediaVision 3D.
Unless stated otherwise, the instructions refer to the operating elements on the
Assist remote control.
Paragraphs beginning with the ➠ symbol indicate important hints, tips or conditions for perfect operation.
Terms which you will find in the menu or printed on the unit are printed in bold type.
In the functional descriptions, the necessary operating elements are arranged to
the left of the text containing the handling instructions.
The diagrams in these operating instructions are only by way of example. However,
the actual display can differ.
Connection
MediaVision 3D as an audio system
This is the recommended configuration in conjunction with all TV sets from Loewe
or other manufacturers. The audio signals are processed via MediaVision in this
configuration.
Connect the HDMI OUT socket of the MediaVision 3D to an HDMI IN socket on
your Loewe TV set using the HDMI cable provided.
If your TV set does not have an HDMI IN socket, connect the three sockets COMPONENT VIDEO OUT of the MediaVision 3D with three video-compatible Cinch
cables to the COMPONENT IN sockets on your TV set.
You can also make the connection to a TV set with a video-compatible Cinch cable
via the VIDEO OUT socket.
Use an RJ-45 network cable to connect MediaVision 3D to a network connection (e.g. Switch or DSL router) with a connection to the Internet/Homenetwork.
Use an Audio-Link cable to connect the AUDIO-LINK socket of your MediaVision 3D to a compatible socket of the Loewe subwoofer. Should you wish to
reproduce the centre channel through your TV set, use the adapter provided (art.
no. 009-70784.001). Connect it to the AUDIO-LINK socket of MediaVision 3D
and the AUDIO-LINK cable to the subwoofer, as well as the Centre-IN socket of
the TV set. (see page 21).
To be able to reproduce the sound of the TV set, e.g. DVB radio, via your MediaVision/subwoofer system, create an audio connection between the TV set and
MediaVision 3D. Where possible, you should use the cinch cable for digital sound;
connect it to the AUDIO DIGITAL OUT socket on the TV set and to the DIGITAL IN
socket on the MediaVision.
Alternatively, you can connect the analog stereo audio signal of the TV set via a
stereo Cinch connection to the sockets INPUT AUX R/L on MediaVision.
Connect the ANTENNA FM socket of the MediaVision 3D to the antenna provided.
Plug the small plug of the mains cable into the rear of the unit (page 7) and
then plug the large plug of the mains cable into a 220-240V 50/60 Hz socket.
AUDIO-LINK
Adapter cable (009-70784.001)
MediaVision 3D
Mains cable
Network cable
Loewe subwoofer
TV set
Centre channel
Digital sound
FM Radio Antenna
(optional accessory)
HDMI cable
* for TV sets without Dolby Digital Decoder
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Connection
MediaVision 3D as an audio system (SL155)
This is the recommended configuration with MediaVision 3D as an audio system
in conjunction with Loewe Connect ID (chassis SL155; TV as centre and with
HDMI-ARC: Audio Return Channel). The audio signals are processed via MediaVision in this configuration.
Connect the HDMI OUT socket of the MediaVision 3D to an HDMI 1 socket on
your Loewe TV set using the HDMI cable provided.
Use an RJ-45 network cable to connect MediaVision 3D to a network connection (e.g. Switch or DSL router) with a connection to the Internet/Homenetwork.
Connect the ANTENNA FM socket of the MediaVision 3D to the antenna provided.
Plug the small plug of the mains cable into the rear of the unit (page 7) and
then plug the large plug of the mains cable into a 220-240V 50/60 Hz socket.
Adapter cable
(009-70784.001)
Audio-Link
Loewe Subwoofer
Use an Audio-Link cable to connect the AUDIO-LINK socket of your Media-Vision
3D to a compatible socket of the Loewe subwoofer. Should you wish to reproduce
the centre channel through your TV set, use the adapters provided (art. no. 00970784.001 / 009-71387.001). Connect the adapter 009-70784.001 to the AUDIOLINK socket of MediaVision 3D and the AUDIO-LINK cable to the subwoofer, as
well as the Centre-IN socket of the adapter 009-71387.001 on the TV set.
To be able to reproduce the sound of the TV set, e.g. DVB radio, via your MediaVision/subwoofer system, set the option TV input to HDMI output -ARC (page 21).
MediaVision 3D
AUDIO-LINK
Center-OUT
ANTENNA
LAN
HDMI OUT
AUDIO-LINK
Mains cable
Network cable
FM Radio
Antenna
HDMI cable
Centre channel
AUDIO-LINK
HDMI1
Loewe Connect ID
(Chassis SL155)
SR
SL
SUB
C
Adapter cable
(009-71387.001)
R
L
Speaker
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CENTER
IN
Center-IN
HDMI
Connection
MediaVision 3D as an audio system (SL2xx)
This is the recommended configuration with MediaVision 3D as an audio system
in conjunction with Loewe TV sets with chassis SL2xx (TV as centre and with HDMIARC: Audio Return Channel). The audio signals are processed via MediaVision
in this configuration.
Connect the HDMI OUT socket of the MediaVision 3D to an HDMI 1 socket on
your Loewe TV set using the HDMI cable provided.
Use an RJ-45 network cable to connect MediaVision 3D to a network connection (e.g. Switch or DSL router) with a connection to the Internet/Homenetwork.
Connect the ANTENNA FM socket of the MediaVision 3D to the antenna provided.
Plug the small plug of the mains cable into the rear of the unit (page 7) and
then plug the large plug of the mains cable into a 220-240V 50/60 Hz socket.
Adapter cable
(009-70784.001)
Audio-Link
Loewe Subwoofer
Use an Audio-Link cable to connect the AUDIO-LINK socket of your MediaVision 3D to a compatible socket of the Loewe subwoofer. Should you wish to
reproduce the centre channel through your TV set, use the adapter provided (art.
no. 009-70784.001). Connect it to the AUDIO-LINK socket of MediaVision 3D
and the AUDIO-LINK cable to the subwoofer, as well as the Centre-IN socket of
the TV set. (page 21).
To be able to reproduce the sound of the TV set, e.g. DVB radio, via your MediaVision/subwoofer system, set the option TV input to HDMI output -ARC (page 21).
MediaVision 3D
AUDIO-LINK
Center-OUT
ANTENNA
LAN
HDMI OUT
AUDIO-LINK
Mains cable
Network cable
HDMI cable
FM Radio
Antenna
Centre channel
Center IN
Loewe TV
(Chassis SL2xx)
HDMI1
Speaker
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Connection
MediaVision 3D as a Player
The audio signals are processed via your TV set in this configuration. MediaVision
serves as an audio and video source *.
Connect the HDMI OUT socket of the MediaVision 3D to an HDMI IN socket on
your TV set using the HDMI cable provided.
Go to the Audio menu and set the option Preamplifier to off (page 21)
Use an RJ-45 network cable (available from your dealer) to connect MediaVision
3D to a network connection (e.g. Switch or DSL router) with a connection to the
Internet/Homenetwork.
Connect the ANTENNA FM socket via an FM antenna cable (available from your
dealer) to an antenna socket, or use the antenna provided at this socket.
Plug the small plug of the mains cable into the rear of the unit (page 7) and
then plug the large plug of the mains cable into a 220-240V 50/60 Hz socket.
TV set
HDMI cable
MediaVision 3D
Network cable
Mains cable
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* Only PCM Stereo or PCM multi-channel
FM Radio Antenna
Startup
Using the Assist remote control
Sound functions
It is possible to set the devices with which the buttons with the sound functions
(V+/-, Mute and sound mode) should work.
Press the device button TV and, at the same time, the button
with the single digit function code from the list, for 5 sec. until
the LED Display flashes twice.
Function
Code
Figure
page 11, 12,13
To insert or change the batteries, press where the arrow is embossed on the casing. While doing so, simply slide the battery compartment lid down and remove it.
Insert alkaline manganese batteries LR 03 (AAA) and ensure the correct position
of + and –. Slide the cover on again from the bottom.
Loewe MediaVision 
3
Loewe Mediacenter
4
Loewe TV
5
➠ Do not insert rechargeable batteries in the battery compartment of the remote.
Loewe Soundprojector
6
➠ The batteries used must not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunlight,
fire or similar!
Setting up the Assist remote control
Other devices
You can operate various Loewe devices using the Assist remote control. The unit
buttons REC - DVD - AUDIO can be set for this.
Press the required unit button and the Stop button simultaneously for 5 sec. until the corresponding LED indicator light
flashes twice.
Then select the two-digit unit code from the table:
Device
Code
Factory setting
Loewe ViewVision DR+ DVB-T
13
REC
Loewe BluTechVision
15
Loewe TV Radio digital
19
Loewe Mediacenter
20
Loewe BluTechVision 3D
21
HDMI CEC Modus
22
Loewe Sound Projector SL
25
SoundBox
28
SoundVision
29
Air Speaker
30
Loewe MediaVision 3D
35
Restore defaults
99
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 Default setting
Operating Loewe Equipment
Using the remote control for a Loewe TV set
Press TV button; the LED Display above it
lights up for approx. 5 seconds
Using the remote control for a Loewe recorder
Press the REC button; the LED Display above
it lights up for approx. 5 seconds
Using the remote control for BluTechVision 3D
Press the DVD button; the LED Display above
it lights up for approx. 5 seconds
Using the remote control for MediaVision 3D
DVD
Press the AUDIO button; the LED Display above
it lights up for approx. 5 seconds
Every time a button is pressed, the LED indicator lights up for the selected operating
mode to allow you to check (TV – REC – DVD – AUDIO).
Please refer to the respective operating instructions on how to operate the individual devices.
AUDIO
The corresponding LED indicator light flashes twice.
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Start-up
Connecting to the mains supply
Digital Link HD (HDMI CEC)
Plug the mains plug (page 7) into a mains socket 220-240V/50-60 Hz.
With Digital Link HD, Loewe TV sets (chassis L271x, software ≥ V9.2, SL 1xx,
SL2xx) transmit the remote control signals signals via the HDMI connection from
the Loewe TV set to compatible accessory units, e.g. MediaVision 3D. Digital Link
HD is recommended if you wish to set up MediaVision 3D so that it is concealed
and the complete device control is to occur via the Loewe TV set.
Switching on/off
Set the remote control for MediaVision 3D Mode by pressing
the AUDIO button briefly.
Your MediaVision 3D switches on. If you have connected a
Loewe TV set (L27xx/SL1xx/SL2xx) via HDMI, this will then switch
on as well. Otherwise, switch your TV set on and set the respective AV programme slot.
➠ If necessary, you will have to set the operation of the MediaVision 3D for the AV socket used on your TV set (see, for
example, under "Operating additional devices" in the relevant
instructions for use of your TV set).
As soon as MediaVision 3D is ready for operation, the operating display lights up green (page 7).
First set up the HDMI CEC function for the Assist remote
control as described on page 15 with code 22 on the
required device button (e.g. DVD).
Then assign the Digital Link HD function to the HDMI interface
used on the TV set by pressing the button set above (e.g. DVD)
for 5 seconds.
A selection menu appears.
HINT
Here you select the device which you want to switch over your remote control
to with the AUDIO key. After confirming the selection with OK all remote control
commands are passed on to the selected device via the TV set in future when
you press this key.
To switch off the device, press the OFF/ON knob on the
MediaVision 3D or once again on the Assist remote control .
Digital Link HD
With Digital Link HD, Loewe TV sets as well as other TV sets supporting the CEC
standard send the remote control signals via the HDMI connection from the TV set to
the MediaVision 3D. Select this function in the menu as described on page 20.
➠ The TV set must be switched on.
Select the AV programme slot for HDMI on the TV set.
As long as HDMI is selected as a programme slot, most TV remote control commands (ASSIST in TV Mode) are communicated to the connected HDMI device.
However, the volume, sound ON/OFF and sound adjustment continue to respond
to commands from the TV set. The AUDIO commands (ASSIST in AUDIO Mode)
are not transmitted from the TV.
If your press the TV button for a longer time, you can toggle
between HDMI and TV operation. Briefly pressing the TV button
switches back to TV Mode.
The TV button (press briefly) can be used to switch to the last
station viewed in TV Mode and quit the device control.
➠ A software update might be necessary for your Loewe TV set.
Please contact your dealer.
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SELECT HDMI DEVICE FOR KEY
MediaVision
No device
OK
DVD
OK
Adopt
5 6 Select required unit (e.g. MediaVision).
Press OK to confirm.
The signals of the Assist remote control are now sent from the
Loewe TV set to MediaVision 3D, if the relevant button on
the unit (e.g. DVD) has been pressed beforehand.
➠ A software update might be necessary for your Loewe TV set.
Please contact your dealer.
Start-up
Navigation in the menu
➠ To call up the Main Menu, close any other menus that might
The arrow keys of the Assist remote control are shown as follows in these instructions for use:
➠ The menu items Movie, Music, Photo can be selected if a
The arrows correspond in the text: "5634".
The OK- button on the remote control is shown in the text as OK.
be open with
.
corresponding medium is available.
Setup Menu
The Setup Menu allows you to make any settings and adjustments that might be
necessary to e.g. your TV set.
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select desired option.
3 Move Back in the menu.
Close the menu.
Display
TV Aspect Ratio
: 16:9 Original
Language
Resolution
: Auto
Audio
1080p Display Mode
: 50Hz
Dolby PL II
HDMI Color Setting
: YCbCr
Lock
3D Mode
: On
Press OK to confirm.
Network
Display Dimmer
: Off
Others
Main Menu
The Main Menu of the MediaVision 3D is shown on the screen of the TV set
connected. Here you can select the required functions.
Call up the Main Menu.
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
Movie
Music
Photo
Input
FM Radio
Setup
5 6 3456 Select desired category.
45 6 Select desired subcategory.
5 6 Make desired setting.
Press OK to confirm.
Close the menu.
➠ If the blue bar for the menu selection appears in the first level
3456 Select the desired function.
Press OK to confirm.
Movie
Display the Movie Menu (page 34) for playing
video files or the Disc Menus
Music
Display the Music Menu (page 36) for playing
audio files
Photo
Display the Photo Menu (page 37) for displaying
photo files
Input
Display the Input Menu (page 41) for playing
wired audio sources
FM Radio Display the FM Radio Menu (page 39) for Radio
Mode
Setup
Display the Setup Menu (page 17), to make
settings
(left), you will see the settings currently valid in the overview
in the third level (right).
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Start-up
Language Menu
Your MediaVision 3D attempts to automatically set the correct menu language
via the HDMI-CEC connection to the same language as your Loewe TV set. You
can also set the required menu language manually.
Display
Display Menu
:
Language
Disc Menu
:
Audio
Disc Audio
:
Dolby PL II
Disc Subtitle
:
Lock
Network
Deutsch
English
Français
Italiano
Español
Nederlands
Others
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the Language option. Press OK to confirm.
45 6 Select the Display Menu option.
Press OK to confirm.
5 6 Select the required language.
Press OK to confirm.
Close the menu.
Disc languages
Select a language for the menu, the sound and the subtitles of the disc. If a language different to the "original" of the disc version is to be used, select this here
if available on the disc.
45 6 Select option Disc Menu, Disc Audio or Disc Subtitle.
45 6 Select desired option.
OFF
Switch off disc subtitles
Original
The original language of the disc is selected.
Other
Select another language (page 44).
Press OK to confirm.
Close the menu.
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Start-up
Menu Display
In the Display Menu you can set the screen imaging of your MediaVision 3D
on your TV set.
➠ These settings are automatically made by using the HDMI
socket.
TV Aspect Ratio
:
Language
Resolution
:
Audio
1080p Display Mode
:
Dolby PL II
HDMI Color Setting
:
Lock
3D Mode
:
Network
Display Dimmer
:
Others
4:3 Letter Box
4:3 Pan Scan
16:9 Original
16:9 Full
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select Display option.
Picture format
45 6 Select TV Aspect Ratio option.
4:3 Letterbox Select this setting if a standard TV set with 4:3 picture
format is connected. Recordings in wide-screen
format appear with a black bar at the top and bottom
of the screen
4:3 Panscan Select this setting if a standard TV set with 4:3 picture
format is connected. The picture fills the entire
screen, but crops the area on both sides if required.
16:9 Original Select this settings if a wide-screen TV set with 16:9
picture format is connected. The 4:3 picture in the
original picture format 4:3 is displayed with black
bars on the left and right of the screen.
16:9 Full screen Select this settings if a wide-screen TV set with
16:9 picture format is connected. The 4:3 picture
is stretched horizontally so as to fill out the entire
screen.
Press OK to confirm.
Close the menu.
Resolution
You can set the resolution of the video signal at the HDMI OUT and COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT socket.
45 6 Select the option Resolution.
Auto
Recordings in wide-screen format appear with a black bar at
the top and bottom of the screen
576i
Output in the 576 line Interlaced Mode (only component)
576p
Output in the 576 line Progressive Mode
720p
Output in the 720 line Progressive Mode
1080i
Output in the 1080 line Interlaced Mode
1080p
Output in the 1080 line Progressive Mode (only HDMI)
1080p display mode
Select the option 24Hz to freely show Movies on HDMI-compatible TV sets with
1080 lines at 24Hz frame rate.
456 Select the option 1080p display mode.
24HZ
Frame rate 24Hz for cinema Movies
50HZ
Frame rate 50Hz for TV Movies
➠ Picture disturbances can occur when changing between video
and Movie material in the 24Hz setting. In this case, select
the setting 50Hz.
➠ Even if the option 1080p display is set to 24Hz, the actual
frame rate of the video output will be specified at 50 Hz or
60 Hz depending on the format of the video source, if your
TV set does not support the resolution 1080/24p.
HDMI colour setting
Select the video output signal depending on which video output socket you are
using (page 11).
45 6 Select the option HDMI colour settings.
YCbCr
Socket COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
RGB
Socket HDMI OUT
3D Mode
You can switch the 3D display of BD discs on/off.
45 6 select the option 3D Mode.
ON
3D playback at HDMI OUT
OFF
3D playback in 2D
Dimming the display
You can reduce the brightness of the display.
45 6 Select the option Display Dimmer.
ON
The display brightness is reduced
OFF
The display brightness is normal
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Start-up
Audio Menu
You can make various sound settings in the Audio Menu.
Display
Speaker Setup
Language
HD AV Sync
: 0 ms
Audio
Loudness
Dolby PL II
DRC (Night Mode)
: Off
: Off
Lock
Wireless Speakers
: Off
Network
Preamplifier
: Off
Others
TV Input
: DIGITAL IN
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the Audio option.
Speaker set-up
If you have connected a speaker system to MediaVision (page
11), you can make the necessary settings here.
Press OK to confirm.
Speaker Setup
Speaker
Front L
Connection
100 Hz
Volume
0
Distance
2,1m (7ft)
Audio delay (HD AV Sync)
If you use the HDMI socket, you can set an audio delay (for e.g. lip synchronous
sound transmission).
56 Set a value between 0 and 300 ms (for the configuration
sown in page 11 set 100 ms).
DRC (Night Mode)
You can use the DRC function to limit the dynamics (in other words, the difference
between the loudest and quietest sounds). In this way, you can also play a Movie
with lower volume differences (e.g. at night).
Auto
Select this option if you wish to play audio signals
with the coding Dolby True HD with reduced
dynamics
OFF
Audio signals are played with the full dynamic range
ON
Select this option if you wish to play audio signals
with the coding Dolby Digital or Dolby Digital Plus
with reduced dynamics
Wireless Speaker
A system interface Wireless Audio-Link is integrated in your MediaVision 3D.
You can use this to connect your compatible Loewe subwoofer to MediaVision 3D
without any annoying cables. This connection must be registered once.
Call up the Setup Menu.
5 6 Select the Audio option.
45 6 Select the option Wireless Speaker. Press OK.
Display
Audio
Dolby PL II
Test
OK
Speaker Setup
Lock
Network
:
:
Language
Pairing of Wireless Speakers :
Start pairing with OK. Then you have one minute to press pairing button at your subwoofer
to confirm.
Others
Cancel
OK
345 6 Select desired option.
Speaker
Select the speaker to be set
Connection
Select the limit frequency of the selected speaker
(see its technical data). To use the TV loudspeaker as
the centre loudspeaker, select the option Center (page
21) in the Speaker settings and select the option TV
in the Connection settings.
Volume
Set the volume level of the selected speaker so that
you can hear it at the listening position with the same
volume as the other speaker
Distance
Set the distance from the speaker to your listening
position
Test
Switch on the test signal for setting the volume off/on
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Confirm with OK.
Cancel
Select the On option. Press OK to confirm.
You now have a minute time in which you can press the button
for the coupling mode for your compatible Loewe subwoofer. A
notice will appear if the registration is successful. If the registration is not successful, please try again and reduce the distance
between the subwoofer and MediaVision.
Start-up
Loudness
If you activate the setting, the frequency response will be corrected in relation to
the volume (hearing compensated volume).
ON
Hearing compensated volume adjustment on
OFF
Linear frequency response
Centre channel reproduction with Loewe TV sets
Chassis
Center
Reference ID 40 - 55
SL2xx
ok
Individual 40 - 55
SL2xx
ok
Preamplifier
This setting allows you to define how the audio signals are processed.
On, with HDMI Select this option if MediaVision is to process the audio
signals (page 11 to 13). Control via the HDMI connection
(CEC) is possible
On
Select this option if MediaVision is to process the audio
signals (page 11 to 13). Control via the HDMI connection
(CEC) is not possible
Off
Choose this option if the connected TV device processes the
audio signals (page 14)
Reference 52
L2715
ok
Loewe LCD-TV
L271x
ok
TV input
You can define the input for the TV sound used for the option Preamplifier:
On, with HDMI.
HDMI Out - ARC
Select this option if the sound signal is fed via the
audio feedback channel of the HDMI connection.
Your TV set must support this function (Loewe TV sets
from chassis SL155 / SL2xx).
DIGITAL IN Select this option if the sound signal is fed in at the
DIGITAL IN socket.
AUX IN Select this option if the sound signal is fed in at the
AUX IN socket.
Loewe TV
Individual 32 - 55
SL15x
ok
Connect ID 32 - 55
SL155
via Adapter 71387001
Connect 32 - 30 3D
SL15x
ok
Connect 22 - 26 SL
MB180
-
Art 32 - 46 LED/3D
SL15x
ok
Xelos 32 - 40 LED/Media
SL1xx
-
Xelos 32 - 46
MB180
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Dolby PL II Menu
You can set the sound format for a stereo audio signal in Dolby-Pro Logic II Mode
for surround sound. Use this option if you have connected a speaker system to
MediaVision (page 11 to 13).
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option. Press OK to confirm.
5 6 Select the Dolby PL II option. Press OK to confirm.
Dimension
This allows you to set the stereophonic/Surround effect.
Center Width This allows you to set the width of the centre channel, or
accentuation of the centre speaker.
Panorama
This allows you to expand the stereo width of the front
speaker.
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Start-up
Lock Menu
You can specify playback restrictions in the Lock Menu.
Display
Password
*
*
*
DVD Rating
: New
: Verify
*
Language
*
*
*
*
Audio
Blu-ray Disc Rating
:
Dolby PL II
Area Code
:
OK
Lock
Network
Others
345 6 Select the option DVD Rating.
4 Press button.
Use the numerical buttons to enter the current four-digit
password.
Press OK to confirm.
5 6 Select desired option.
Cancel
The disc is not played completely
Level 1 to 8 Only the scenes of the inserted discs corresponding
to the assigned security level or whose level value
is below this are played. Level "1“ has the most
playback restrictions
➠ Not all discs include a classification.
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the option Lock.
Password set-up
Please set your personal password.
345 6 Select the option Password.
4 Select the option New.
Use the numerical buttons to enter a four-digit password.
Confirm the new password.
Press OK to confirm.
➠ If the entry is incorrect before you press OK, repeatedly press
3 to delete the numbers.
Resetting the password
If you have forgotten the password or wish to deactivate the password function,
you can reset it.
➠ Remove every medium (disc, USB) and close all menus.
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the option Lock.
4 Select the option Password.
Use the numerical buttons to enter the code number (page 43).
The password protection is now deactivated. If necessary, set up
a new password, as described under "Password set-up".
DVD Rating
This function restricts the playback of DVDs with adult-only content, if these
contain a corresponding code. You will be prompted to enter the password to
play the content in full.
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Blu-ray Disc Rating
This function restricts the playback of Blu-ray Discs™ with adult-only content, if
these contain a corresponding code. You will be prompted to enter the password
to play the content in full.
345 6 Select the option Blu-ray disc rating.
4 Press button.
Use the numerical buttons to enter the current four-digit
password.
Press OK to confirm.
Use the numerical buttons to enter the three-digit code for the
age rating (you can find this code on the Blu-ray Disc™ or on
the accompanying material.
Press OK to confirm.
255
The disc is played fully
0 to 254 Only the scenes of the inserted discs corresponding
to the assigned security level or whose level value
is below this are played. Code "0" has the most
playback restrictions
➠ Not all discs include a classification
Area Code
To utilise the playback restrictions for the discs, enter the area code for the relevant
country (for the list see page 44).
345 6 select option Area Code.
4 Press button.
Use the numerical buttons to enter the current four-digit
password.
Press OK to confirm.
5 6 Select the required code.
Press OK to confirm.
Start-up
Network Menu
Your MediaVision 3D can be connected via the LAN connection on the rear to a
home network (LAN) with Internet connection (page 11 to 13). That means you
can use the BD-LIVE™ service, which provides you with optional accompanying
material from the manufacturer of the Blu-ray Disc™.
In the Network Menu you can make the settings required for your home network.
Display
Connection Setting.
Language
Connection Status
Audio
BD-LIVE connection
If a dynamic IP address has been assigned, a corresponding
message will appear.
Connection Setting
Setting Wired Dynamic IP completed.
For the connection test, press ‘Test‘.
Test
:
Dolby PL II
OK
Permitted
Partially permitted
Lock
Prohibited
Network
Others
34 Select the option Test to perform a connection test.
Press OK to confirm.
Connection Status
Set network connection automatically
If your home network has a DHCP server (e.g. a DSL router),
your MediaVision 3D can automatically set all network parameters.
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the Network option.
45 6 Select the Connection settings s.
Press OK to confirm.
The Connection Settings Menu appears.
Connection Setting
IP Mode
Dynamic
Static
Auto
Manual
IP Adress
Subnet Mask
Gateway
DNS Server
Primary
Secondary
OK
Cancel
Press OK to confirm.
Your MediaVision 3D will now attempt to establish a
connection to the Internet router in your home network. The
standard setting shown above (IP Mode: Dynamic, DNS server:
Auto) is used for the automatic search for the network
parameters.
Internet: Success
Network is not connected.
Wired Network
Local area network:Success
MAC: e8:5b:5b:c1:ad:ab
IP: 192.168.0.10
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.0.5
Primary DNS: 192.168.0.5
Secondary DNS:192.168.1.5
Setting
Test
OK
If the connection test was successful, a corresponding
message will be displayed in the Connection Status Menu.
OK
Close menu
Test
Repeat connection test
Settings
Call up the Connection Settings Menu
Connection Status Menu
You can display the network parameters currently set.
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the Network option.
45 6 Select the option Connection status.
Press OK to confirm.
The Connection status Menu appears.
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Start-up
Set network connection manually
The network parameters can be set manually (e.g. if there is no DHCP server in
your home network).
Call up the Main Menu.
A message appears stating that a fixed IP address has been
assigned.
Connection Setting
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the Network option.
Setting Wired Static IP completed.
For the connection test, press ‘Test‘.
45 6 Select the Connection settings option.
Press OK to confirm.
The Connection Settings Menu appears.
Test
OK
Connection Setting
IP Mode
Dynamic
Static
IP Adress
192
168
0
10
Subnet Mask
255
255
0
0
Gateway
192
168
0
DNS Server
Auto
5
Manual
Primary
192
168
0
5
Secondary
192
168
1
5
OK
34 Select the option Test to perform a connection test.
Press OK to confirm.
Cancel
Connection Status
Internet: Success
Network is not connected.
Wired Network
5 634 Select the option IP Mode: Static.
Press OK to confirm.
5 634 Enter the IP address, Subnetwork Mask and
gateway using the numerical buttons on the Assist remote
control.
5 634 Select the option DNS Server: Manual.
Press OK to confirm.
5 634 Enter the Primary and poss. Secondary DNS
server address using the numerical buttons on the Assist
remote control.
5 634 Select the option OK.
Press OK to confirm.
Your MediaVision 3D will now attempt to establish a
connection to the Internet router in your home network with
the parameters set.
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Local area network:Success
MAC: e8:5b:5b:c1:ad:ab
IP: 192.168.0.10
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.0.5
Primary DNS: 192.168.0.5
Secondary DNS:192.168.1.5
Setting
Test
OK
If the connection test was successful, a corresponding
message will be displayed in the Connection Status Menu.
OK
Close menu
Test
Repeat connection test
Settings
Call up the Connection Settings Menu
BD-LIVE™ connection
You can specify whether your MediaVision 3D may establish an Internet connection to the BD-LIVE™ service (page 33).
Call up the Setup Menu.
5 6 Select the Network option.
45 6 Select the option BD-LIVE™ Link.
Press OK to confirm.
PermittedBD-LIVE™ is allowed for all contents
Partially permitted BD-LIVE™ is only allowed for content for which a
user certificate is available
ProhibitedBD-LIVE™ is locked
Start-up
Others Menu
Blu-ray Disc Storage Select
You can set whether you wish to use the integral memory in the device or a memory
connected to the USB socket for the BD-LIVE function.
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the option Others.
45 6 Select the option Blu-ray Disc Storage Select.
Built-In Storage Memory integrated in the device
USB Storage Memory connected to the USB socket of the device
Press OK to confirm.
Blu-ray Disc Storage Clear
You can delete the memory used for the BD-LIVE function (page 33) so that
more space is freed up for new files.
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the option Others.
45 6 Select the option Blu-ray Disc Storage Clear.
Press OK to confirm.
Built-In Storage Memory integrated in the device
USB Storage Memory connected to the USB socket of the device
34 Confirm query prompt with Yes.
Press OK to confirm.
DivX® VOD
You will receive the DivX® VOD (Video On Demand) registration code for borrowing
and buying Movies via the DivX® VOD service.
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the option Others.
45 6 Select the option DivX® VOD.
Register
The registration code valid for your device is
displayed. You can register for the VOD service in the
Internet at:
http://vod.divx.com. You can also find further
information on the use here.
Deregister
The deactivation code valid for your device is
displayed.
Press OK to confirm.
➠ All Movies purchased via DivX® VOD can only be played on
this device.
Auto Power Off
To save energy, you can set the device so that it switches off automatically after a
certain time without playback.
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the option Others.
45 6 Select the option Auto Power Off.
OFF
The device also remains switched on after a longer
period without use
ON
After 30 minutes without function, the device will
automatically switch off to Standby Mode
Press OK to confirm.
Initialize
You can reset the device to the default settings.
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the option Others.
45 6 Select the option Initialize.
Press OK to confirm.
34 Confirm query prompt with Yes.
Confirm with OK.
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Software updating
Display software status
Call up the Main Menu.
Updating device software
Switch on your MediaVision 3D (and the TV set connected to it).
3456 Select the Setup option.
5 6 Select the option Others.
Remove an inserted disc.
45 6 Select the option Software.
Press OK to confirm.
Call up the Main Menu.
You can see the current software in the device on the right next
to the entries MAIN VER and SERVO VER.
Press OK to confirm.
Insert the USB stick with the two update files in the USB socket
of the MediaVision 3D and wait until the device has recognised
the USB stick.
The software found on the USB stick is checked and a message
appears. If the software is more recent than that on the device,
you can then start the update.
Downloading new software
You can download a software update suitable for your device from the Loewe
Support Portal, if required.
• In the Internet browser of your computer, enter the address:
http://support.loewe.tv/de
• If you still do not have an independent access to the Loewe Support Portal,
set it up now. Click on Register now. Fill out the information for your account
and then click on Create account. Please check whether all data is correct and
then click on Create account now. Shortly thereafter, you receive an email at
the already specified address. Click on the link given above to confirm your
registration. On successful registration, you receive an email for confirmation.
• Enter your email address and a password under Access to your account.
• Click on Register Loewe product - System - MediaVision 3D and entered
the requested data for your device.
34 Select Yes to confirm the query prompt.
Press OK to confirm.
The update process starts and you can see a progress display.
➠ The USB stick or the mains cable must never be disconnected
from the device during the updating process!
The device switches off after a successful update.
Then initialise the set as described on page 25.
➠ The firmware update is only intended for the Loewe MediaVision 3D, art.
no. 51201!
➠ Only use the software approved by Loewe for your device!
➠ You can find the model designation on the rear of the device.
Download the file shown in the Software area.
Unzip the downloaded file (e.g. with 7-zip) and copy each of the unzipped files to
a different USB stick. Carry out the update with the file „DSP_*.HEX“ last of all.
➠ If another device from Loewe or from a different manufacturer is loaded with
➠ The file system of the USB sticks must be formatted in the format FAT32 and only
one partition may be present. Other file systems are not supported by the device
for the software update.
➠ The firmware update does not result in any significant changes to the technical
software not intended for the device, this can lead to damage. Any guarantee
and recourse claims for the device shall consequently lose their validity.
functions of the device.
➠ You can download an up-to-date version of the instructions for use as a PDF
file from the Loewe Website: http://support.loewe.tv/de – Library Instructions
for Use This is especially recommended after a software update.
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Playing discs
Prerequisites
Once you have carried out the relevant steps described in the chapters "Set-up",
"Connection" and "Start-up", switch on MediaVision 3D and any connected
devices. To reproduce 3D content, you require a 3D-compatible TV set with 3D
glasses compatible with this, as well as Blu-ray 3D™ media.
Handling discs
Do not touch the playing side of the disc. Hold the disc at the edges so as not to
touch the surface with your fingers. Do not attach paper or adhesive tape onto
either side of the disc.
Playable discs
Only use discs that conform with the current standards. You can recognise these
from the logos attached.
➠ Discs may not play if the manufacturer of the disc has implemented new
Disc type
Blu-ray™/
Blu-ray 3D™
Regional code
** / ALL
BD-RE/BD-R *
DVD Video
Regional code
** / ALL
DVD±RW/DVD±R *
Recording
format
Video Mode
Video Mode
Video Mode
Contents
Disc size
Audio
+ Video
(Movie)
12 cm (5”)
12 cm (5”)
Audio
+ Video
(Movie)
12 cm (5”)
Audio CD
(CD-DA)
Audio
CD-RW/CD-R *
Audio CD
(CD-DA)
Audio
➠ If you write a disc with a PC, it may be the case that the disc cannot be played
owing to the application software settings, even if your format is compatible.
(You can obtain more information from your software provider).
➠ Depending on the recording device or the CD-R/RW- (or DVD±R/±RW-) disc
itself, some CD-R/RW- (or DVD±R/±RW) discs cannot be played with this
device.
➠ Do not use CDs with unusual shapes (e.g. heart shaped or octagonal). Otherwise malfunctions or damage cannot be ruled out.
➠ Finger prints and scratches on the disc can impair the playing quality. Handle
12 cm (5”)
* only finalised discs
** for the regional code applicable for your set, see the back of the set
Regional code (Country code)
The regional code of this player is printed on the rear of the unit. Only Blu-ray™ or
DVD discs with this regional code or with the regional code “ALL” can be played.
The regional code on the labels of some DVDs indicates what type of DVD-Player
can play these discs. If you play other discs, an error message will be displayed on
the TV screen. The label with the regional code is missing on some discs, although
it cannot be played in all regions.
Symbols in these instructions for use
BD Blu-ray Disc™
DVD-V DVD video disc
CD Audio CD
DivX DivX files
MP3 MP3 files
WMA WMA files
JPEG JPEG/PNG files
➠ Discs cannot be played if the disc is damaged or dirty or if the lens of the
player is contaminated with condensation.
Audio
+ Video
(Movie)
Audio CD *
standards, technology or functions.
the discs carefully.
Inserting discs
The disc drawer of your MediaVision 3D is located on the front (page 7). To
open the disc drawer, press the sensor button
on the unit. Insert the disc in
this drawer. The printed side of the disc should face upwards. Press the sensor
button
again to close the disc drawer.
Ejecting the disc
Press the sensor button
again to remove the inserted disc.
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Playing discs
Playback in general
Searching
BD DVD-V DivX CD
Your MediaVision 3D attempts to read the disc. During this
READING is shown in the display.
Depending on the medium, the playback starts automatically or
a Disc menu is displayed. Follow the instructions on the screen
or note the disc documentation.
Select the search direction and speed:
Press longer: Rewind. Increase the playback speed backwards
by pressing several times.
5 634 Select title.
Press longer: Fast forwards. Increase the playback speed forwards
by pressing several times.
OK Start play.
The speed and direction are indicated as an arrow.
Play Start / Continue.
Quit Search Mode and continue play.
Pause Stop play.
Press briefly: Next chapter.
Freeze frame and picture-for-picture playback
BD DVD-V DivX
Pause Stop play.
Press briefly: Start of the chapter.
Press Pause again: Browse forwards by frames.
Press briefly 2x: Previous chapter.
Stop 2x End play.
Display Title Menu DVD-V BD.
Resume play
Slow motion
BD DVD-V DivX
Pause: Stop play.
Time
Press longer: Activate Slow Motion Mode during pause.
1/7
1/3
Select the slow motion speed:
00:01:56 / 00:03:47
1
MP3
2CH
1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2 (forwards).
English
1366
Quit Slow Motion Mode and continue play.
1/3
16:9 Original
Standard
Movie Information
In the Title Menu you can - if this supports the disc currently
being played - set a selection of options, e.g. title / chapter
selection or subtitles (see also page 29).
5 6 Select option.
34 Set option.
Press OK to confirm.
➠ If the child protection level of the disc is set higher than that for the Movie
classification, the password must be entered (see Rating on page 22).
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Repeat
BD DVD-V CD MP3
Press several times to select the type of repeat.
A-B A-B
Chapter
A-B
Title
Off Random play
Repeats the selected section (page 31)
Repeats the current chapter
Repeats the current title
Repeats the current track
Repeats all titles/tracks on the disc
No repeat
Playing discs
Disc playback
You can display various information on the inserted disc on the screen and set
options for the playback.
Call up Title Menu during play.
Time
P+ during play, in order to select the next title/the next photo
or return with P- to the start of the current title.
Press P- briefly twice to return to the previous title.
Chapter / Track selection
BD DVD-V CD
1/7
1/3
00:01:56 / 00:03:47
1
MP3
2CH
If a title has several chapters/tracks, you can select another
chapter/another track as follows:
English
1366
P+ or P- during play, in order to select the next chapter/the next
track or return with P- to the start of the current chapter/track.
1/3
16:9 Original
Standard
Movie Information
Press P- briefly twice to return to the previous chapter/track.
5 6 Select the desired function.
Title
Current title (or track number)/total number of titles
Chapter
Current chapter number/total number of chapters
Time Elapsed play time, go to time with OK
Audio
Selected sound formats, Movie language and audio
channels
Subtitle
Selected subtitles
Code Page Code table for subtitles (page 35)
Angle
Selected camera angle / Total number of camera
angles
TV Aspect Ratio Selected picture format (e.g. aspect ratio 16:9)
Picture Mode Selected Picture Mode (e.g. optional colour setting page 32)
Movie Information Title recognition by querying databases in the Internet
Time (Play from ...)
BD DVD-V DivX
The Time function allows you to begin playing a disc from whichever point you like.
Call up Title Menu.
The elapsed play time for the current disc is shown in the Time
field.
5 6 Select Time
.
Enter time in the format hh:mm:ss.
OK Start play from entered time point.
or
34 Skip by minutes.
Digital sound formats, Movie language and audio
channels
Title selection
BD DVD-V DivX
Call up Title Menu.
5 6 Select Title
Title selection
CD DivX MP3 JPEG
.
34 Select title number.
OK Start playing the selected title.
BD DVD-V DivX
Here you can select the digital sound format in conjunction with the Movie language.
Call up Title Menu.
5 6 Select Audio
.
3 4 Select another Movie language or sound format (BD,
DVD-V, DivX) - if available.
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Playing discs
Subtitles
Movie information
BD DVD-V DivX
BD DVD-V DivX
Call up Title Menu.
Call up Title Menu.
5 6 Select Subtitle
5 6 Select Movie Information
.
3 4 Select Subtitle language - if available.
Angle
BD DVD-V
If the disc contains scenes that have been recorded at different camera angles,
you can change to another camera angle during play.
Call up Title Menu.
5 6 Select Angle
.
3 4 Select the desired camera angle - if available. The number
of the current camera angle is shown.
➠ A camera symbol is shown on the screen for scenes that have
been recorded in different camera angles.
. Confirm with OK.
If you are connected to the Internet, databases will now be
queried in the Internet (e.g. Gracenote). If the query is successful,
an album graphic along with possible supplementary information
on the title will be shown.
Flagging
BD DVD-V DivX
You can start the playback from a saved flag. A maximum of nine
flags can be saved.
➠ The flags only remain saved while playing the current medium.
Blue button Press briefly during play: Set flag
Press longer: Open Flags display.
TV Aspect Ratio
BD DVD-V DivX
Call up Title Menu.
5 6 Select TV Aspect Ratio
.
1:05:17
3 4 Select picture format - if available.
Picture Mode
Move
Select
3
4
Input
6, 34 Select desired flag.
Call up Title Menu.
.
3 4 Select Picture Mode (page 32) - if available.
OK Start playback from selected flag
or
Start playback from desired flag.
Yellow button Delete selected flag.
Close Flags display.
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02:30:17
5
34 Rewind / Fast forwards
BD DVD-V DivX
5 6 Select Picture Mode
2
1
Marker
Delete
Playing discs
Zoom
BD DVD-V JPG
You can use the zoom function to magnify the video image during play and navigate
in the magnified image.
Open Zoom display.
Zoom
110%
Repeat section (A-B)
BD DVD-V
At the beginning of the section to be repeated, press the button
several times until the symbol is displayed:
A-B
At the end of the section to be repeated press OK.
The selected section is repeated in an infinite loop
Press the button several times until the symbol is displayed:
Off
-/+
100%
Yellow button Zoom in
Green button Zoom out
B
Blue button Normal view
3 4 5 6 Move picture detail.
Close Zoom window.
➠ The Zoom function might not work for certain discs.
Flagging the last scene
BD DVD-V
Your MediaVision 3D remembers the scene last played on the previous disc (Bluray Disc™, Video-DVD). The position of the last scene is saved in the memory, even
when the device is switched off (or in Standby Mode). The next time you insert this
disc, the saved scene will be played automatically.
➠ The function "Flag last scene" is reset when inserting a new disc.
➠ This function is not possible with certain discs.
➠ The function "Flag last scene" is not possible for BD video discs with BD-J.
➠ The settings for a disc are not saved if the device is switched off before playing
the disc.
Title recognition
BD
If you are connected to the Internet, databases will now be
queried in the Internet (e.g. Gracenote). If the query is successful,
an album graphic along with possible supplementary information
on the title will be shown.
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Playing discs
Disc Menu
Picture Mode
BD DVD-V
Some discs contains menus for setting e.g. the language for the Movie sound or
subtitles or selecting certain scenes. Accompanying Movie material can also be
available. These menus have individual layouts, depending on the disc.
Select Disc Menu DVD.
You can make various settings for the screen imaging during play.
Call up Title Menu during play.
5 6 Select Picture Mode option.
34 Select User settings option.
Select pop-up menu BD.
Press OK to confirm.
Example:
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
3
3
Color
0
Sharpness
-2
Noise Reduction 12
Default
Scene selection
Language
Extras
➠ Depending on the disc, there might not be any such menu. This button will
not then have any function.
5 634 Select menu item.
Press OK to confirm.
It may be possible to select menu functions with the coloured
buttons.
Play Continue play DVD.
Quit Disc Menu DVD.
Quit pop-up menu BD.
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Close
5 634 Select/Set options.
Contrast Set contrast
Brightness
Set screen brightness
Colour
Set colour saturation
Sharpness
Set contour definition of the picture
Noise Reduction Set noise suppression
Default
restore default settings
Close
Save settings and quit menu
Playing discs
BD-LIVE™
Sound functions
Your MediaVision 3D supports the BD-LIVE™ function (Blu-ray™ Profile 2.0).
This allows you to access interactive content provided via the Internet by some
Blu-ray Discs™ providers.
The functions of button
differ depending on whether you are using MediaVision as an audio system (page 11 to 13) or as a player (page 14)
Insert the Blu-ray Disc™ with the BD-LIVE™ function.
➠ The BD-LIVE™ function requires a broadband Internet connection. Set up the access to your home network as described
from page 23.
Audio system
MediaVision has a range of pre-set surround sound effects. The entries for the
equaliser shown on the device display may vary depending on the sound sources
and effects.
Open sound mode (press several times).
➠ Activate the option whereby your MediaVision 3D can set up
an online connection to the BD-LIVE™ service (page 24).
34 Select option.
➠ Ensure sufficient free memory space for the BD-LIVE™
content by deleting older saved data on the BD-LIVE™
currently used (page 25). If the internal memory of your
MediaVision 3D is insufficient, you can also connect an
external USB storage medium with ≥ 1GB free memory.
Equalizer
-12
120 Hz
It may be possible to select menu functions with the coloured
buttons.
The selected media are loaded (this can take several minutes
depending on the speed of the Internet connection) and a prompt
to play or start the function appears.
➠ Do not remove a connected external USB stick while data is
being transferred.
Stop 2x Quit BD-LIVE™.
6
12
500 Hz
1.2 kHz
3 kHz
7.5 kHz
12 kHz
Reset
The player establishes an Internet connection to the content
provider and displays a selection menu. These menus have
individual layouts, depending on the provider, and can contain
diverse information and functions, e.g. trailers, games, up-to-date
information etc.
Press OK to confirm.
0
200 Hz
Select the die BD-LIVE™ function in the Disc Menu of the Blu-ray
Disc™.
5 634 Select menu item.
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5 634 Select/activate options
Equaliser The sound reproduction can be individually set up
Personal
Set up bass and treble
Bypass
Sound is not adapted
Dialogue
The sound reproduction is optimised for dialogue
Classic
The sound reproduction is optimised for classical
music
Pop
The sound reproduction is optimised for pop music
Reset
Restore factory settings
As a player
Open listening mode (press several times)
Sound mode
optimal
...
(5)
(4)
(3)
2
1
34Select the number of loudspeakers that you’d like to hear.
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Playing media files
You can use your MediaVision 3D to play digital media services that are saved
on discs, USB storage media or on your home network.
Video files
Main Menu
Playing video files
Call up the Main Menu.
Call up the Main Menu.
In the Main Menu you can select the desired operating mode
Movie, Music, or Photo (page 17).
3456 Select the Movie option in the Main Menu.
Press OK to confirm.
A selection menu showing the various media sources appears.
56 Select required medium.
Press OK to confirm.
34 Select file or folder.
Movie
Music
Photo
Input
FM Radio
Setup
P+ or P- browse forwards/backwards.
OK Start play or change to folder.
Play Start / Continue.
3456 Select desired operating mode.
Press OK to confirm.
A selection menu showing the various media sources appears.
7527 MB/7641 MB
USB/....
Movie
Disc
Video Clips
Music Examples
USB
Movie 2.avi
Movie 3.avi
Movie 4.avi
Movie 1.avi
Server 1
Server 2
Information
Device Change
Back
Display detailed information.
Refresh List
OK
Select
Back
Call up the Main Menu.
56 Select required medium.
In the menu: One level back.
Press OK to confirm.
If several storage media are available when selecting USB, a
further selection menu will appear.
34 Select required storage medium.
➠ For controlling the play of media files see the chapter "Playback
in general" (page 28).
Confirm with OK.
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Move
Playing media files
DivX subtitles
Select the subtitles as described on page 29.
Green button Select code table for DivX subtitles by pressing
several times.
Prerequisites for video files
• The maximum picture resolution of the DivX file is less than or equal to 1920
x 1080 (W x H) pixels.
• File name and path together shorter than 180 characters.
• Valid file endings for videos are: ".avi", ".divx", ".mpg", ".mpeg", ".mp4",
".mkv", ".asf", ".wmv", ".m4v" (without DRM).
• Playable subtitle formats: SubRip (*.srt/*.txt), SAMI (*.smi), SubStation Alpha
(*.ssa/*.txt), MicroDVD (*.sub/*.txt), SubViewer 2.0 (*.sub/*.txt), TMPlayer
(.txt), DVD subtitles (.txt).
• Playable video codecs: "DivX3.xx", "DivX4.xx", "DivX5.xx", "DivX6.xx" (only
standard playback), "Xvid.xx", "H.264/MPEG-4 AVC", "MPEG2 TS", VC-1 SM
(WMV3).
• Playable audio codecs: "Dolby Digital", "MP3", "DTS", "WMA", "AAC".
• Scanning frequency: MP3: 16 - 48 kHz, WMA: 32 - 48 kHz.
• Bit rates: MP3: 32 - 320 kbps, WMA: 20 - 320 kbps.
• If the video file and the subtitles have different file names, the subtitles might
not be displayed when playing a DivX file.
• If the sound and image trace are not synchronous, either sound or a picture
will be reproduced.
• HD Movie files contained on CDs or USB 1.x memory sticks might not be played
without fault, as the bandwidth for the data transfer is too low. Use Blu-ray™,
DVD or USB 2.0 storage media instead.
• This device supports the H.264/MPEG-4 AVC - Main, High Level 4.1 Profile. A
warning note will be displayed for media belonging to a profile above this.
• This device does not support the MPEG4/DivX6.xx functions GMC*1 (Global
Motion Compensation ) or Qpel*2 (Quarter pixel).
USB Mode
• You can connect a USB storage medium directly to each of the USB sockets.
• The standard USB 1.1 and 2.0 is supported.
• The USB device must not be disconnected during a data transfer.
• The file systems FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS are supported.
• The maximum number of files and folders is ≤ 2000. The search can take
longer than 1 minute.
• Devices requiring an additional software installation for connection to a
computer are not supported.
• USB connection options other than those indicated above are not supported.
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Playing media files
Music files
Title recognition.
Playing music files
Call up the Main Menu.
If you are connected to the Internet, databases will now be
queried in the Internet (e.g. Gracenote). If the query is successful,
an album graphic along with possible supplementary information
on the title will be shown.
3456 Select the Music option in the Main Menu.
Music
Press OK to confirm.
A selection menu showing the various media sources appears.
56 Select required medium.
Press OK to confirm.
Songname
Audio
Album
Artist
Genre
Year
02 Das Lied vom Scrollbar
Information
Albumname
Artist
03 Der Progress
0:01:15
OK Start play or change to folder.
Play Start / Continue.
➠ For controlling the play of media files see the chapter "Playback in general" (page 28).
7527 MB/7641 MB
USB/MP3/Finja/....
1/5
01 Peace
03:10
02 Up to Heaven
04:12
03:02
03 One more time
03:45
04 Say it loud
02:55
05 Yes
04:34
03 One more time
0:01:15
0:03:10
Screen off/on
Device Change
Select type of repeat (page 28).
Red button Screen OFF/ON (from chassis L271x, software ≥
V9.2 - a software update might be necessary for the TV set).
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03:02
03:02
Progress
No03 Der
Track
Name
34 Select file or folder.
P+ or P- browse forwards/backwards.
1/10
01 Die Defaultbilder
0:03:25
Artist Name
Songname
104 Der
blaue Balken
2 Songname
Songname
305 Das
Paket
4 Songname
5 Songname
6 Songname
7 Songname
Retry
Artist
Artist
Artist
Artist
Artist
Artist
Artist
1/2
03:02
03:02
03:02
Close
Prerequisites for music files
• Scanning frequency: MP3: 16 - 48 kHz, WMA: 32 - 48 kHz.
• Bit rates: MP3: 32 - 320 kbps, WMA: 20 - 320 kbps.
• The maximum number of files and folders is ≤ 2000. The search can take
longer than 1 minute.
• File extensions: ".mp3" / ".wma" / ".wav" / ".m4a" (without DRM).
• CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc™ format: ISO9660 / JOLIET / UDF (Bridge).
Showing media files
Photo files
5 634 Select/Set options.
Showing photo files
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Photo option in the Main Menu.
Press OK to confirm.
A selection menu showing the various media sources appears.
56 Select required medium.
Press OK to confirm.
Uppermost line Select photo with 34
Slide show Pause/Play slide show with OK
Music select Select music for slide show
Music
Pause/Play music with OK
Rotate
Rotate image 90° to the right
Zoom
Call up Zoom Mode with OK (page 31)
Effect
Set transition effects
Speed
Anzeigedauer einstellen
Music selection
You can play music to accompany the slide show.
34 Select file or folder.
OK Show photo or change to folder.
7527 MB/7641 MB
USB/DCIM/....
5 634 Select Music Select option in the Info Menu
Press OK to confirm.
3 4 5 6 Select medium and music album.
➠ Folders containing music are marked with the symbol
gekennzeichnet.
Cover.jpg
Slide Show
Device Change
Slide show
You can automatically display your photo files as a slide show.
Play Start / Continue slide show.
Pause Stop slide show.
Stop Quit slide show/photo display/Zoom Mode.
Show/Hide Info Menu.
Back
4 Select OK button.
Press OK to confirm.
if necessary, go to the Info Menu and start play in the Music
option with OK.
Prerequisites for photo files
• Max. pixel width: 4000 x 3000 pixels /24bit/pixel
• Max. pixel width: 3000 x 3000 pixels /32bit/pixel
• Max. file size 4 Mbyte
• The maximum number of files and folders is ≤ 2000. The search can take
longer than 1 minute.
• File extensions: ".jpg", ".jpeg", ".png"
• Photo files that are compressed progressively or without loss cannot be
displayed.
DCIM0812.jpg
2/3
Slide Show
Music Select
Music
Rotate
Zoom
Effect
Off
Speed
Normal
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Playback from iPod
You can connect your Apple iPod to MediaVision allowing you to enjoy your music
with the highest quality of reproduction. Your MediaVision has an integrated
iPod dock. If MediaVision is switched on, the battery of the connected iPods will
be charged. You can find a list showing which Apple models are compatible with
MediaVision on page 45.
Connecting the iPod
Insert the dock adapter supplied with your iPod in the loading recess of the iPod
dock. Then place your iPod in the dock.
iPod playback
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the Music option in the Main Menu.
Press OK to confirm.
A selection menu showing the various media sources appears.
56 Select iPod.
Press OK to confirm.
56 Select desired option, e.g. Albums
Press OK to confirm.
56 Select desired Album.
Play Start / Continue.
Pause Stop play.
➠ For controlling the play of media files see the chapter "Playback in general" (page 28).
Press briefly: Select title up/down.
Press longer: Search up/down.
Press briefly twice to return to the previous title.
Stop End play.
➠ Use the corresponding Apple Dock Adapter of your Apple iPod/iPhone to
avoid damaging your iPod plug.
➠ When inserting and handling the iPod in the dock, only apply gentle force
so as not to damage any sensitive plug-in connections.
Select type of repeat (page 28).
➠ Depending on the software version, your iPod might not be able to be operated
via MediaVision. We recommend updating the software of your iPod to the
latest version.
➠ The compatibility with your iPod can vary depending on the model. For Apple
devices supported see page 45.
➠ Faults can occur depending on the iPod device.
➠ Do not disconnect your iPod from MediaVision until it is no longer being
accessed.
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FM Radio
Setting the radio stations
You can save up to 50 FM radio stations.
➠ For a perfect radio reception, the unit must be connected to
a suitable FM Radio antenna (page 7).
Automatic search
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the FM Radio option in the Main Menu.
Press OK to confirm.
Press the yellow button for a longer period
Listening to the radio
Select saved radio station
Press and hold for FM Radio Mode
or
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select the FM Radio option in the Main Menu.
Press OK to confirm.
FM Radio
The automatic search starts. All radio stations previously selected
are deleted and overwritten by new ones (max. 50 stations).
02 Stationname
Classic
Manual search
Call up the Main Menu.
96.85 MHz
3456 Select the FM Radio option in the Main Menu.
Press OK to confirm.
Press long: 34 Start search backwards/forwards.
Press briefly: 34 Set frequency incrementally.
Press OK to confirm.
The numerical display of the next free station memory flashes
briefly on the unit display.
56 If necessary, set desired station memory.
OK
Store
Screen off/on
Mono/Stereo
P+
P-
P+ / P- Radio station up/down.
Set radio station manually
34 Press briefly repeatedly: Set frequency incrementally.
34 Press longer: Search run.
Press OK to confirm.
The current radio station is accepted in the selected station
memory.
Red button Screen OFF/ON (from chassis L271x, software ≥
V9.2 - a software update might be necessary for the TV set).
Blue button: Mono/Stereo
SRC sensor surface: select the source on the device (without
switching off the TV set).
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Importing Music
Importing Audio CDs
You can convert the titles (tracks) on your audio CDs to digital music files and then
access them easily with MediaVision. The music files are saved on a connected
USB memory stick.
Connect a USB memory stick with enough free memory space to
MediaVision (page 7).
Insert the audio CD in the drive (page 27).
Start playing the disc (page 28).
Show menu.
5 6 Select Start.
Press OK to confirm.
5 6 Select a storage medium and a potential destination
folder on this or create a new folder with New Folder. You can
name the new folder using the keypad that is shown.
4 Select the right menu.
Press OK to confirm.
CD Recording
2/10
0 Items
5 6 Select CD Recording option.
Press OK to confirm.
1 UP Folder
2 Musicfolder
Recording CD...
3 Musicfolder 2
1/10
0%
4 Disc
5 USB
CD Recording
6 Music File
2/10
09 Items
Start
Cancel
Deselect All
Options
7 Music Off
1 UP Folder
Close
8 Folder
2 Musicfolder
Move
3 Musicfolder 2
OK
Select
Back
4 Disc
5 USB
Start
6 Music File
Deselect
Select All
All
7 Music Off
Options
Close
8 Folder
Move
OK
Select
Back
5 6 Select desired tracks.
Highlight selected tracks with OK.
➠ Do not disconnect the USB memory stick from MediaVision until it is no
longer being accessed.
CD Recording
➠ The music titles must be minimum 20 seconds long.
2/10
29 Items
1 UP Folder
2 Musicfolder Encoding option
3 Musicfolder 2
4 Disc
5 USB
128kbps
192kbps
OK
320kbps
Lossless
Cancel
Start
6 Music File
Deselect
Select All
All
7 Music Off
Options
Option
Close
8 Folder
Move
OK
Select
Back
4 Select the right menu.
5 6 If necessary, select the bit rate in the Options Menu.
Start
Selected tracks are converted
Select All Al tracks of the CD are selected
Option
You can set the bit rate and hence the sound quality
Close
Cancel
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The conversion of the selected tracks now starts. The process
lasts several minutes. The progress is displayed during this time.
A message is displayed after the process is completed.
Press OK to confirm.
The finished music files are located in a new folder on the USB
memory stick, which has the name of the CD album.
Further functions
Environment
Sleep Timer
Cardboard box and packaging
In line with national regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials,
we pay a fee to authorised recyclers who collect packaging from dealers. Nevertheless, we recommend that you keep the original cardboard box and the rest of
the packaging materials so that the unit can, if necessary, be transported in the
safest possible conditions.
You can use the Sleep Timer to set the unit so that it automatically switches off
after a time set by you.
Press button.
The following appears on the display: SLEEP 180.
The time is reduced in specified increments until the automatic
switch-off each time you press the SLEEP button again.
To reactivate the Sleep Timer, press the button until the normal
display appears.
Source selection
You can also use MediaVision to play visual and audio sources from connected
devices (page 7) and network media (DLNA).
The unit
Attention: The EU Directive 2002/96/EC governs the proper
return, handling and recycling of used electronic appliances. Old
electronic appliances must therefore be disposed of separately.
Never dispose of this unit in normal domestic waste! You can
hand in your old unit free of charge at identified collection points
or to your dealer if you buy a similar new unit.
Other details about return (also for non-EU countries) are available from your local authorities.
Press the PIP button or sensor button SRC on the unit.
or
Call up the Main Menu.
3456 Select Inputs option in the Main Menu.
Press OK to confirm.
Input
Remote control batteries
The batteries provided contain no harmful materials such as
cadmium, lead or mercury.
Regulations concerning used batteries mean that batteries may
no longer be disposed of in household waste. You can dispose
of used batteries free of charge at the collection points in commercial outlets. Your dealer will also have a collection point for
used batteries.
iPod in
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
INPUT AUX L/R
HDMI Out - ARC
DIGITAL IN
Move
OK
Select
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
Not working at all.
Mains cable not plugged in.
Plug the mains cable into a socket
220-240 V 50/60 Hz.
No picture
The device is not connected correctly.
Make the connections as described on page 11 and page
14.
The TV set is not set for the reception of video signals. Select the correct AV programme slot on the TV set.
No sound.
Playback not possible.
The video cable is not connected correctly.
Check the two plugs of the cable for firm fitting in the sockets.
Faulty connections of input or output cables.
Connect the cables properly (page 11 and page 14). If
the problem persists, it is possible that the cables are faulty.
The volume is set at minimum.
Turn up the volume.
The sound is set to mute.
Press
or V+ on the remote control to reactivate the audio
output and then set the volume level.
No disc inserted.
Insert a disc.
A disc that cannot be played has been inserted.
Insert a playable disc. (Check the disc type, the colour system
and the regional code).
The disc is dirty.
Clean the disc.
The disc is not inserted with the playback side facing Insert the disc with the playback side facing downwards.
downwards.
The disc has not been placed in the guide.
Place the disc correctly inside the guide in the disc compartment.
A displayed media file cannot
be played.
The file format is not supported.
Convert the file to a supported format on a computer with a
converter program.
The BD-LIVE™ function is
not working properly.
The internal memory is not sufficient.
Delete the internal memory (page 25) or connect an external USB stick (>1 GB).
The Internet connection is not working properly.
Set up the Internet connection as described from page 23
and make sure that you have a broadband connection.
BD-LIVE™ is deactivated.
Activate the BD-LIVE™ function (page 24).
The unit is not working properly.
The remote control is not working properly.
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Unplug the mains plug from the mains socket and then try
plugging it in again after 30 seconds.
The software of your Loewe TV set is
not compatible with MediaVision 3D.
Please contact your dealer.
The batteries in the remote control are dead.
Replace the batteries with new ones.
Glossary
24p Cinema Movie viewing: Today's Movie makers shoot their Movies with 24
images per second (24p); conventional televisions (and also most DVDs) show 50
images per second (50 Hz). In order to play the Movie, the original number of
images is doubled and the Movie accelerated. That is optimum for sports broadcasts, but it distorts the picture quality for calmer movies. The new Loewe TV sets
automatically reproduce 24p Movies in the original 24p format.
HDTV (HD): High Definition Television is a collective term, designating a series of
high-resolution television standards.
B
IP-Address: IP addresses (Internet Protocol Addresses) are used to identify
devices in an Internet Protocol (IP) network. IP addresses are made up of four
groups of numbers of three digits each.
Blu-ray Disc™: (BD) Disc format for recording/playing high-resolution video material (HD) for HDTV devices and for saving large volumes of data.
BD-LIVE™: Extra service offered by some Blu-ray Disc™ providers. Current trailers,
additional information as well as interactive media and applications (e.g. games)
can be loaded via a broadband Internet connection with this.
BD-J: The BD-ROM format supports the programming language Java for interactive functions. “BD-J” gives content providers a greater variety of functions when
creating interactive BD-ROM titles.
BD-ROM: BD-ROM discs allows up to 25 GB (single layer) or 50 GB (dual layer)
of data to be saved in a single disc.
C
CEC: Abbreviation for Consumer Electronics Control. CEC makes overall component control functions available for consumer electronics devices (e.g. System
Standby, One Touch Play). CEC is referred to Loewe as Digital Link HD.
COMPONENT OUT: Connection via which the video signal is transmitted
using three separate cinch connections. It is made up of the brightness signal
"Y“ and the colour difference signals "Pb“ and "Pr“. YPbPr is the original analogue
version of digital YCbCr, which colour codes the video data saved on the DVD or
transmitted with DVB per Sat, cable or antenna.
D
Digital Link HD: System for controlling units via the HDMI connection of the
Loewe TV set when they have been set up in a covered position.
I
Interlaced Mode: Technology for image formation in interlaced scanning for
flicker-free reproduction of frames with double frame rate.
J
JPEG/JPG: Joint Photographic Experts Group is a committee, which has developed
a standardised method for the compression of digital images. This JPEG method
(in short JPG), named after the committee, is an international graphics format
for photos.
L
LAN: Abbreviation for Local Area Network. Mainly used as a name for networks
with cabling (Ethernet).
M
MPEG: Digital compression method for video.
MP3: Data format for compressed audio files.
P
PCM: Pulse Code Modulation for digital sound.
Progressive Mode: Technology for image formation with real full frames for
flicker-free reproduction.
R
RGB: Colour signals Red, Green and Blue.
U
Dolby Digital: Digital multi-channel sound.
USB: Universal Serial Bus. Serial bus system for connecting external devices
(USB card reader, USB stick).
Dolby Pro Logic: Analog multi-channel sound.
W
DHCP: Abbreviation for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. DHCP allows
automatic assignment of IP addresses with the aid of a DHCP server.
WMA: Abbreviation for Windows Media Audio, Microsoft own audio data
format. As with MP3 files, the content is compressed here as well.
DTS: Digital multi-channel sound.
DVD: Abbreviation for Digital Video Disc and later Digital Versatile Disc.
H
HDMI: High Definition Multimedia Interface, represents a newly developed interface for the fully digital transfer of audio and video files.
YCbCr: digital colour model, see COMPONENT OUT.
YPbPr: analog colour model, see COMPONENT OUT.
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DRM: Digital Rights Management. Processes to control copyright protected
data. To be used correctly, DRM protected contents require not only a DRM capable
device but also the possession of a license issued by the provider (to be paid for).
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Language code list
Country code list
Enter the corresponding code for the initial setting of "Disc Audio", "Disc Subtitles"
and/or "Disc Menu". (page 18).
Enter the corresponding code for the initial setting of "Country Code" (page 22).
Afar6565
Afrikaans6570
Albanian8381
Amharic6577
Arabic6582
Armenian7289
Azerbaijani6590
Assamese6583
Aymara6588
Bashkir6665
Basque6985
Bengali, Bangla
6678
Bhutanese6890
Bihari6672
Breton6682
Bulgarian6671
Chinese9072
Danish6865
German6869
English6978
Esperanto6979
Estonian6984
Faroese7079
Fiji7074
Finnish7073
French7082
Friesian7089
Galician7176
Georgian7565
Greek6976
Greenlandic7576
Guarani7178
Gujarati7185
Hausa7265
Hebrew7387
Hindi7273
Indonesian7378
Interlingua7365
Irish7165
Icelandic7383
Italian7384
Javanese7487
Yiddish7473
Canadian7578
Kazakh7575
Kashmiri7583
Kirghiz7589
Korean7579
Croatian7282
Kurdish7585
Lao7679
Latin7665
Latvian7686
Lingala7678
Lithuanian7684
Malagasy7771
Malaysian7783
Malajalam7776
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Maori7773
Marathi7782
Macedonian7775
Moldavian7779
Mongolian7778
Burmese7789
Nauru7865
Nepalese7869
Dutch7876
Norwegian7879
Oriya7982
Panjabi8065
Pashtu8083
Persian7065
Polish8076
Portuguese8084
Quechua8185
Rhaeto-Romance8277
Romanian8279
Russian8285
Samoan8377
Sanskrit8365
Scottish (Gaelic)
7168
Swedish8386
Serbian8382
Serbo-Croatian8372
Shona8378
Sindhi8368
Sinhala8373
Slovakian8375
Slovenian8376
Spanish6983
Sudanese8385
Swahili8387
Tajik8471
Tagalog8476
Tamil8465
Telugu8469
Thai8472
Tongalese8479
Czech6783
Turkish8482
Turkmen8475
Twi8487
Ukrainian8575
Hungarian7285
Urdu8582
Uzbek8590
Vietnamese8673
Volapük8679
Welsh6789
Belarusian6669
Wolof8779
Xhosa8872
Yoruba8979
Zulu9085
AfghanistanAF
EgyptEG
AntillesAN
ArgentinaAR
EthiopiaET
AustraliaAU
BelgiumBE
BhutanBT
BoliviaBO
BrazilBR
ChileCL
ChinaCN
Costa Rica
CR
DenmarkDK
GermanyDE
EcuadorEC
El Salvador
SV
FijiFJ
FinlandFI
FranceFR
GreeceGR
GreenlandGL
Great Britain
GB
Hong Kong
HK
IndiaIN
IndonesiaID
IsraelIL
ItalyIT
JamaicaJM
JapanJP
CambodiaKH
CanadaCA
KenyaKE
ColumbiaCO
CroatiaHR
KuwaitKW
LibyaLY
LuxembourgLU
MalaysiaMY
MaldivesMV
MoroccoMA
MexicoMX
MonacoMC
MongoliaMN
NepalNP
New Zealand
NZ
NetherlandsNL
NigeriaNG
NorwayNO
OmanOM
AustriaAT
PakistanPK
PanamaPA
ParaguayPY
PhilippinesPH
PolandPL
PortugalPT
Czech Republic
CZ
Republic of Congo CG
SlovakiaSK
Romanian RO
Russian Federation RU
Saudi Arabia
SA
SwedenSE
SwitzerlandCH
SenegalSN
ZimbabweZW
SingaporeSG
SloveniaSI
SpainES
Sri Lanka
LK
South Africa
ZA
South Korea
KR
TaiwanTW
ThailandTH
Turkey TR
UgandaUG
UkraineUA
HungaryHU
UruguayUY
USAUS
UzbekistanUZ
VietnamVN
ZimbabweZW
Technical data
General
MediaVision 3D Art.No.
51201
Operating temperature [°C]
5 ... 35
Humidity [%] (no condensation)
30 ... 85
Dimensions [W x H x D in cm]
43,9 x 6,8 x 31,3
Weight [kg]3,4
Electrical data
Mains voltage [Volt 50/60 Hz]
200 - 240V
Power consumption [Watt]
40 W
Power consumption in Standby [Watt] (Energy Saving Mode)
< 0.5 W
Laser
Laser class 1, wavelength: 405nm/650nm
Memory for BD-LIVE™
1 GByte
Interfaces
AUX OUT L/R
AUX IN
DIGITAL IN
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT HDMI IN
HDMI OUT
VIDEO OUT
USB
LAN
PHONE
ANTENNA FM
AUDIO-LINK
Playback
Playback formats Video standards
Audio standards
Frequency range Weighted noise voltage Dynamic scope (1 kHz) Harmonic distortions Analog, Stereo, 2 V, 600 Ohm, RCA socket x 2
Analog, Stereo, 2 V, 600 Ohm, RCA socket x 2
0,5 V (p-p), 75 Ohm, 44,1 kHz, RCA-Buchse
(Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ohm
(Pb)/(Pr) 0.7 V (p-p), 75 Ohm, RCA socket x 3
2x Type A, 19 pin, TMDS digital, V1.4
Type A, 19 pin, TMDS digital, V1.4
(FBAS) 1.0 V (p-p), RCA socket
2x V 2.0, type A
Wired network RJ-45
Jack socket 3.5 mm
FM antenna input, 75 Ohm
26-pole D-SUB, Loewe System
Blu-ray Disc™, Blu-ray 3D™
DVD-Video, DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW (Video Mode)
CD, CD-R, CD-RW
TV standard PAL / NTSC
Picture format 16:9, Letterbox 4:3,
Panscan 4:3
Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG, PCM
over HDMI: PCM, PCM multi-channel
20 Hz to 20 kHz
(48 kHz-, 96 kHz-, 192 kHz sampling)
> 100 dB (2CH AUDIO OUT)
> 95 dB (DVD/Blu-ray Disc™)
< 0.008 % (DVD/Blu-ray Disc™)
File formats supported
Audio
Photo
Video
MP3, WMA (without DRM), AAC (without DRM)
JPEG, PNG
DivX, AVI, MPG, MKV, ASF, WMV, M4V
Wired network
Standards supported 10 Mbit/s Ethernet (10Base-T),
100 Mbit/s Fast Ethernet (100Base-T)
Radio
Type
FM band
Stations memory
PLL, RDS
87,5 - 108,0 MHz
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Supported Apple devices - Made for
(only for audio playback)
iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (3rd generation)
iPod touch (2nd generation), iPod touch (1st generation)
iPod classic
iPod nano (5th generation) , iPod nano (4th generation)
iPod nano (3rd generation), iPod nano (2nd generation)
iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G)
Legal information
Loewe Opta GmbH is a public limited company of German law with its Head Office in Kronach.
Industriestrasse 11, 96317 Kronach
Telephone:+49 9261 99-500
Fax:
+49 9261 99-515
Email:ccc@loewe.de
Commercial Register: Municipal Court Coburg, No. HRB 42243
VAT ID-No.: DE 193216550
WEEE registration number: DE 41359413
Editorial date 10.12. 4th issue
© Loewe Opta GmbH, Kronach
All rights reserved including translation.
Design and technical specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Trademark rights
Blu-ray Disc™, Blu-ray™, Blu-ray 3D™, BD-Live™, BONUSVIEW™ as well as the
logos and brands are trademarks of the Blu-ray Disc Association.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format created by DivX, Inc. This is an
official DivX Certified® device that plays DivX video. Visit www.divx.com for more
information and software tools to convert your files into DivX video.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX Certified ® device must be registered
for playing purchased DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) Movies. A registration code
can be compiled in the section DivX VOD in the Settings Menu of the unit. You
can find further information on the registration at vod.divx.com. DivX®, DivX
Certified® and the associated logos are trademarks
of DivX, Inc. and are licensed.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks
or registered trademarks of HDMI licensing LLC.
Manufactured under licence from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, ProLogic and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories .
Manufactured under license under U.S. patents: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380;
5,978,762; 6,226,616; 6,487,535; 7,212,872; 7,333,929; 7,392,195; 7,272,567
and further US and international patents issued and filed. DTS and the symbol are
registered trademarks, & DTS-HD, DTS-HD Master Audio and the DTS logos are
trademarks of DTS, Inc. This product contains software.
© DTS, Inc. Alle Rechte vorbehalten.
"AVCHD" and the "AVCHD" logo are trademarks of Panasonic Corporation and
Sony Corporation.
Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and in other countries.
“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an
electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone, respectively, and has been certified
by the developer to meet Apple performance standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with
safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this accessory with
iPod or iPhone may affect wireless performance.
iPod and iPhone is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. in the USA and other
countries.
Gracenote® End User License Agreement
This application or device contains software of Gracenote, Inc., with head office in
Emeryville, California, USA (hereinafter referred to as "Gracenote").
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The software provided by Gracenote ("Gracenote software") enables this application
to identify music albums and/or files online and access music-related data from
online servers or integral databases (summarised under the designation "Gracenote
servers"), including information on the name, artist, track and title ("Gracenote
data"), as well as execute further functions. You may only use the Gracenote data
as intended for the end user functions of the application or device.
You hereby assure that you shall only utilise Gracenote data, the Gracenote software and the Gracenote servers for your personal and non-commercial use. You
assure that you shall not make the Gracenote software or any Gracenote data
available to third parties, copy such for third parties or transfer or send such to
third parties. YOU HEREBY ASSURE THAT YOU SHALL ONLY UTILISE GRACENOTE
DATA, THE GRACENOTE SOFTWARE AND GRACENOTE SERVERS AS EXPRESSLY
PERMITTED IN THIS DOCUMENT.
You hereby accept that your non-exclusive licence for the use of Gracenote data,
the Gracenote software and the Gracenote server shall expire if you violate the
above restrictions. You assure that you shall cease to use the Gracenote data, the
Gracenote software and Gracenote servers in any way whatsoever after expiry
of your licence. Gracenote reserves all rights to Gracenote data, the Gracenote
software and the Gracenote servers, in particular all rights of ownership. On no
account is Gracenote obliged to make payments to you for information which
you make available to Gracenote. You accept that Gracenote, Inc., may enforce
its rights resulting from this agreement directly and on its own behalf against you.
Der Gracenote-Dienst nutzt einen speziellen Identifikationsmechanismus, um
Abfragen zu statistischen Zwecken zu erfassen. Diese zufällig zugewiesene
numerische Identifikation dient dazu, dem Gracenote-Dienst das Zählen von Abfragen zu ermöglichen, ohne dass dabei Daten über Sie bekannt werden. Weitere
Informationen finden Sie auf der Webseite mit Gracenotes Datenschutzrichtlinie
(„Privacy Policy“) für den Gracenote-Dienst.
You shall receive a licence for the Gracenote software and all Gracenote data as
issued. Gracenote does not make any explicit or implicit statements or promises in
respect to the correctness of the Gracenote data on the Gracenote servers. Gracenote reserves the right to delete data from the Gracenote servers or change data
categories for reasons that are reasonable in the opinion of Gracenote. Gracenote
does not provide any assurance that the Gracenote software or the Gracenote
servers are fault-free or that the Gracenote software and the Gracenote-Server will
function without interruption. Gracenote is not obliged to provide you with new,
improved or additional data types or categories which Gracenote might offer in
the future, and Gracenote is entitled to stop its services at any time.
GRACENOTE EXCLUDES ALL EXPRESS OR IMPLICIT GUARANTEES, IN PARTICULAR
IMPLICIT GUARANTEES CONCERNING STANDARD QUALITY, SUITABILITY FOR A
DEFINITE PURPOSE, OWNERSHIP AND THE NON-VIOLATION OF RIGHTS. GRACENOTE DOES NOT PROVIDE ANY GUARANTEE FOR THE RESULTS YOU ATTAIN
THROUGH USING THE GRACENOTE SOFTWARE OR FROM GRACENOTE SERVERS.
GRACENOTE IS ON NO ACCOUNT LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR ACCIDENTAL
DAMAGE, FOR LOST PROFIT OR LOST REVENUE.
© Gracenote, Inc. 2009
Trademark rights
This product contains software which has been developed by third parties and/or
software covered by the GNU General Public License (GPL) and/or the GNU Lesser
General Public License (LGPL) and/or other open source licenses.
The publication of this program by Loewe is carried out WITHOUT ANY GUARANTEE OR SUPPORT, particularly without an implicit guarantee concerning MARKET
MATURITY or the USABILITY FOR A SPECIFIC PURPOSE. Details can be found in the
GNU General Public License. You can obtain the software via the Loewe customer
service department. You can download the GNU General Public License here: http://
www.gnu.org/licenses/.
Cinavia Notice
This product uses Cinavia technology to limit the use of unauthorized copies of
some commercially-produced film and videos and their soundtracks.
When a prohibited use of an unauthorized copy is detected, a message will be
displayed and playback or copying will be interrupted.
More information about Cinavia technology is provided at the Cinavia Online
Consumer Information Center at http://www.cinavia.com.
To request additional information about Cinavia by mail, send a postcard with
your mailing address to: Cinavia Consumer Information Center, P.O. Box 86851,
San Diego, CA, 92138, USA.
This product incorporates proprietary technology under license from Verance Corporation and is protected by U.S. Patent 7,369,677 and other U.S. and worldwide
patents issued and pending as well as copyright and trade secret protection for
certain aspects of such technology. Cinavia is a trademark of Verance Corporation.
Copyright 2004-2010 Verance Corporation. All rights reserved by Verance.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Declaration of conformity
This equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
It may be operated in all countries in the EU and also in
Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. In France and Italy it
may only be used indoors.
The set is CE marked and complies to EU directives. The complete declaration of
conformity is included in the detailed operating manual, which you can download
from our homepage.
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Service
Loewe Austria GmbH
Parkring 12
1010 Wien, Österreich
Tel +43 - 810 0810 24
Fax +43 - 1 22 88 633 - 90
E-mail: loewe@loewe.co.at
Audio Products Group Pty Ltd
67 O’Riordan St
Alexandria NSW 2015, Australia
Tel +61 - 1300 130 492
Fax +61 - 02 9578 0140
E-mail: help@audioproducts.com.au
Loewe Opta Benelux NV/SA
Uilenbaan 84
2160 Wommelgem, België
Tel +32 - 3 - 2 70 99 30
Fax +32 - 3 - 2 71 01 08
E-mail: ccc@loewe.be
Darlington Service
193 Kn. Klementina St.
1612 Sofia, Bulgaria
Tel +359 - 2 9556399
E-mail: darlington@psp-bg.com
Telion AG
Rütistrasse 26
8952 Schlieren, Schweiz
Tel +41 - 44 732 15 11
Fax +41 - 44 732 15 02
E-mail: infoKD@telion.ch
Hadjikyriakos & Sons Ltd.
121 Prodromos Str., P.O Box 21587
1511 Nicosia, Cyprus
Tel +357 - 22 87 21 11
Fax +357 - 22 66 33 91
E-mail: savvas@hadjikyriakos.com.cy
BaSys CS s.r.o.
Sodomkova 1478/8
10200 Praha 10 - Hostivar,
Česká republika
Tel +420 234 706 700
Fax +420 234 706 701
E-mail: office@basys.cz
Loewe Opta GmbH,
Customer Care Center
Industriestraße 11
96317 Kronach, Deutschland
Tel +49 9261 99-500
Fax +49 9261 99-515
E-mail: ccc@loewe.de
Kjaerulff1 Development A/S
C.F. Tietgens Boulevard 19
5220 Odense SØ, Denmark
Tel +45 - 66 13 54 80
Fax +45 - 66 13 54 10
E-mail: info@loewe.dk
Gaplasa S.A.
Conde de Torroja, 25
28022 Madrid, España
Tel +34 - 917 48 29 60
Fax +34 - 913 29 16 75
E-mail: loewe@maygap.com
Loewe France SAS
Rue du Dépôt,
13 Parc de l l‘Europe, BP 10010
67014 Strasbourg Cédex, France
Tel +33 - 3- 88 79 72 50
Fax +33 - 3- 88 79 72 59
E-mail: loewe.france@loewe-fr.com
Karevox Oy
Museokatu 36
00100 Helsinki, Finland
Tel +358 - 9 44 56 33
E-mail: kare@haloradio.fi
Loewe UK Limited
1st Floor, 237A Kensington High St
London
W8 6SA, UK
Tel +44 - (0) 207 368 1100
Fax +44 - (0) 207 368 1101
E-mail: enquiries@loewe-uk.com
Issagogiki Emboriki
Ellados S.A.
321 Mesogion Av.
152 31 Chalandri-Athens, Hellas
Tel +30 - 210 672 12 00
Fax +30 - 210 674 02 04
E-mail: christina_argyropoulou@
isembel.gr
Basys Magyarorszagi KFT
Tó park u.9.
2045 Törökbálint, Magyar
Tel +36 - 2341 56 37 (121)
Fax +36 - 23 41 51 82
E-mail: ertekesites@basys.hu
Galerien Und PartnerPlus
King‘s Tower 28/F, 111 King Lam Street
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel +852 - 27 77 89 88
Fax +852 - 23 10 08 08
E-mail: service@loewe-cn.com
Plug&Play Ltd.
Bednjanska 8, 10000 Zagreb
Hrvatska (Kroatia)
Tel +385 1 4929 683
Fax +385 1 4929 682
E-mail: info@loewe.hr
Loewe Italiana S.r.L.
Via Monte Baldo, 14/P – 14/N
37069 Dossobuono di Villafranca di
Verona
Tel +39 - 045 82 51 690
Fax +39 - 045 82 51 622
E-mail: info@loewe.it
Clear electronic entertainment Ltd
13 Noah Mozes St.
Agish Ravad Building
Tel Aviv 67442, Israel
Tel +972 - 3 - 6091100
Fax +972 - 3 - 6092200
E-mail: info@loewe.co.il
Navshiv Retail Pvt. Ltd.
Block D, Plot No. 7 Shanti Kunj
Vasant Kunj
New Delhi - 110070, India
Tel +91 11 47 65 55 00
Fax +91 11 47 67 67 15
E-Mail: admin@navshiv.com
MiMoRa HOLDING CO.
N0 1001, Afra Tower
Parsa St. Fereshteh
Tehran, Iran
Tel + 98 921 344 0521
E-Mail: s.zarandooz@gmail.com
Salem Agencies & Services Co.
Hamad Al Haqueel Street, Rawdah,
Jeddah 21413
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel +966 (2) 665 4616
Fax +966 (2) 660 7864
E-mail: hkurkjian@aol.com
Kpartners, SIA
A.Čaka iela 80
Rīga, LV-1011, Latvia
Tel +3 71 - 67 29 29 59
Fax +3 71 - 67 31 05 68
E-mail: olga@dom332.lv
A Cappella Ltd.
Ausros Vartu 5, Pasazo skg.
01129 Vilnius, Lithuania
Tel +370 - 52 12 22 96
Fax +370 - 52 62 66 81
E-mail: info@loewe.lt
Doneo Co. Ltd
34/36 Danny Cremona Street
Hamrun, HMR1514, Malta
Tel +356 - 21 - 22 53 81
Fax +356 - 21 - 23 07 35
E-mail: service@doneo.com.mt
BaSys SK, s.r.o.
Stará Vajnorská 37/C
83104 Bratislava, Slovakia
Tel + 421 2 49 10 66 18
Fax + 421 2 49 10 66 33
E-mail: loewe@basys.sk
Somara S.A.
377, Rue Mustapha El Maani
20000 Casablanca, Morocco
Tel +212 - 22 22 03 08
Fax +212 - 22 26 00 06
E-mail: somara@somara.ma
SERVISPLUS GENEL MERKEZ
ÖRNEK MAH. ATES SOK. NO:1
34704 ATASEHIR, ISTANBUL, TÜRKIYE
Tel +90 - 216 315 39 00
Fax +90 - 216 315 49 50
E-mail: info@servisplus.com.tr
Premium Consumer Electronics as
Østre Kullerød 5
3241 Sandefjord, Norge
Tel +47 - 33 29 30 40
Fax +47 - 33 44 60 44
E-mail: loewe@loewe.no
Dubai Audio Center
P.O. Box 32836, Sheikh Zayed Road
Dubai, UAE
Tel +971 - 4 343 14 41
Fax +971 - 4 343 77 48
E-mail: service@dubaiaudio.com
Audio Products Group Pty Ltd
67 O’Riordan St
Alexandria NSW 2015, Australia
Tel 0800 174 781
Fax +61 - 02 9578 0140
E-mail: help@audioproducts.com.au
Mayro Magnetics Portugal, Lda.
Rua Professor Henrique de Barros
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